Trends I Tried: Booties, Oxblood, & Layering

So, this weekend I went on a major shopping spree. My hub was out of town and I found myself with nothing to do, so what better way to fill the time than to shop!? My wallet wasn’t as excited about this as I was.

Alright, here are some trends I tried.

1. Open toe booties. I featured this trend in my post Trends to Try: Trench Coats, Booties, & Blanket Scarves.

wpid-20141026_120749.jpgSo, these booties I borrowed from my friend Camille, but after wearing them and loving them so much I went out and bought a pair for myself!

Here are the ones I bought for $17.99 at Kohls.


2. Oxblood nails. I featured dark nails in my Trends to Try: Beauty Edition.


I featured oxblood as a trending color this fall and immediately went out and bought this Revlon nail polish. When I featured the trend I actually said dark nails with a little sparkle, which I tried to do, but it didn’t work out. I am no nail artist. I will leave that to the professionals.

3. Layering. I featured layering quite some time ago and it hasn’t been cold enough to do it, until now. Find this post at Trends to Try: Vests, Layering, & Leopard.

wpid-20141102_192401_lls.jpgIn this look, I simply layered a long tank top with a sweater. I wasn’t really cold enough on this night to layer too much, but I wanted to try it out in a more simplistic way. And even though it’s just a tank top under there, it gives the illusion of layering.

I will have many trends I tried coming your way, because I scored a lot of pieces I was looking for this weekend, so stay tuned!

Enjoy πŸ™‚

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